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      ember-asset-pipeline

      Compiles hbs or handlebars files for the asset-pipeline into the Ember.TEMPLATES cache

      Owner: bertramlabs | 3.3.1 | Sep 24, 2020 | Package | Issues | Source | License: Apache-2.0

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      dependencies {
          compile 'com.bertramlabs.plugins:ember-asset-pipeline:3.3.1'
      }
      
                  

      Ember Asset-Pipeline

      Build Status

      MOVED: This project has moved to a sub project of the main asset-pipeline repository http://github.com/bertramdev/asset-pipeline

      Overview

      The JVM ember-asset-pipeline is a plugin that provides handlebars template precompiler support for Ember.js to asset-pipeline.

      Current Ember Version: 1.7.0

      For more information on how to use asset-pipeline, visit here.

      Usage

      Simply create files in your standard assets/javascripts folder with extension .handlebars or .hbs. By default the templateRoot for your template names is specified as 'templates'. This means that any handlebars file within the root assets/javascripts folder will utilize its file name (without the extension) as its template name. Or a file in templates/show.handlebars would be named templates/show. If templates is set as the templateRoot than it would be named show

      It is also possible to change the template path seperator for templatenames to be used by handlebars:

      Gradle Example:

      assets {
      	config = [
      	handlebars: [
      		templateRoot: 'templates',
      		templatePathSeperator: '/'
      	]
      	]
      }
      

      Grails Example:

      grails {
      	assets {
      		handlebars {
      			templateRoot = 'templates'
      			templatePathSeperator = "/"
      		}
      	}
      }
      

      To use the handlebars runtime simply add handlebars js to your application.js or your gsp file

      //=require handlebars
      

      Using in the Browser

      Template functions are stored in the Handlebars.templates object using the template name. If the template name is person/show, then the template function can be accessed from Handlebars.templates['person/show']. See the Template Names section for how template names are calculated.

      See the Handlebars.js website for more information on using Handlebars template functions.

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